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years old. richard socaridies joins us. writer for "new yorker," former aide to president clinton. when i was a kid growing up in long island, mayor koch was almost a mythical figure. >> larger than life. when i grew up in manhattan, he was mayor, and as you said, he was very feisty, said what he thought. new yorkers loved him. he gave new york some tough love. he would say whatever he thought, famous for savering a city from bankruptcy. but also governing at very challenging times, beginning of the aids crisis. a locality of racial tension and diversity. issues of racial tension and diversity in new york. he served during very challenging times, took very controversial positions, no one questioned he loved the city and a fighter for new york always. >> his personality itself, a lot of new yorkers identified itself as the new york personality. someone who loves the city so much. he was a fighter. some of the quotes as we've been reading, talking about his passing. you punch me, i'll punch you back. >> most famous of all, asking how am i doing? and the voters for a long time said very we
clinton's replacement for secretary of state this morning. pretty much a slam dunk. his nomination is expected to sail through the senate. and dev al patrick will appoint someone to fill kerry's seat until a special election held in june. >>> openly gay members may soon be allowed into the boy scouts. the boy scouts considering changing its long-standing policy. here is what the human rights campaign had to say. >> we would much rather that the boy scouts have adopted a national nondiscrimination policy, but this is definitely a step in that right direction. >> instead of specific national guidelines, the proposed new policy would allow local scouting groups to choose whether to allow gay members. >>> take a look at this video. seafoam, seafoam coming out of nowhere. windy conditions off the northeast coast of australia, turning up the seafoam. enough to hide a car. quick thinking police officers have jumped out of the way just in time. >> crazy weather in australia. >> fires, floods and the foam. >> this looks like a bubble rave, not that i have ever been to one. >> spring break,
politics, or maybe not? with only three days left as secretary of state, hillary clinton talks to cnn about her plans for the future and answers keep changing many. >>> and we'll speak to dan shaughnessy about new allegations of performance enhancing drug abuse in baseball. florida senator bill nelson. the two doctors behind the double arm transplant for a veteran. and the screen writer of "life of pi" will join us. "starting point" begins right now. >>> "stashti i"starting point," violent thunderstorms moving to the east. widespread damage in tennessee. one person is reported dead there, there are reports of a family tractor-trailer lies on its side. roofs ripped off homes. warnings in effect right now. let's get right to meteorologist indra peterson. >> good morning. right around 4:00 central time, the bulk. activity in the nashville area pushing off to the east. even through middle tennessee, we have tornado warnings in effect. however, it has become a lot more active in the last hour. now we're watching out toward kentucky, east of louisville. continue to have tornado warnings in effect
, everybody. our team this morning, richard socarides is with us, former senior adviser to president clinton. abby huntsman and katherine rosman joins us. it's nice to have all of you with us this morning. we want to begin with a little business news. >> yes, let's mind your business with a market check. stocks on the verge of record highs right now. they're trading mixed this morning, futures are, but the s&p has more than doubled since early 2009. why? why are stocks near records if the economy is slowing a little bit? corporate profits are coming in. the fed has been stimulating this economy for years. investors are now coming back. the big thing to watch, tomorrow's monthly jobs report. it's expected to say the economy added 180,000 jobs and the unemployment rate fell slightly to 7.7%. >> and what's the number of jobs they need to -- >> 150. so if you're coming in at 180,000, getting closer to 200,000 every month, that would show an economy that's healing and that's something clearly everyone wants to see. >>> the new blackberry 10 is finally here. you can see dean over my shoulder. a co
president bill clinton will deliver a tribute. a long-time friend and cut a trip to japan short to make services. michael bloomberg will deliver the eulogy which will conclude with the song "new york, new york." of course it will. >>> has britain's long lost king been found? a battle-scarred skeleton found under a parking lot in england. century old remains of richard iii? scientists just confirmed this. listen. >> and i can now tell you there is a dna match between the maternal dna from the descendents of the family of richard iii and the skeletal remains we found at the friar's dig. in short, the dna evidence points to these being the remains of richard iii. >> so now is the winter of our discontent. now is. anyone, get it? get it? silence. >> carry on. >> the last english monarch who was killed in battle, way back roland in 1485. >> pretty amazing, huh. >> riveting. >> they can find him but can't find hoffa. we should bring the britishory he over here. >>> we're talking about the former navy s.e.a.l. chris kyle, shot to death by a marine he was trying to help. he is accused of openin
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